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Profile Design Century Aluminum Clip-on Aerobar
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- Low armrest bridges and three mount positions
- Clamp: Fits 26.0mm & 31.8mm bars
- Weight: 572 grams
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|Color||Ano Matte Black|
|Item Dimensions||8 x 10 x 14 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.6 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The other Profile products I have owned - three stems, an older aerobar, and bottle holder all had issues. The stems weighed more than the advertised weight and pressed unevenly on the headset bearings. The old aerobar adjustment mechanism wasn't secure, and the older, behind-the-seat bottle holder could not hold the angle of the bottles.
I did read what people said about the arm wrests and put superglue on first, then slapped the pads on with the pad's own adhesive. Should stick on for years now. If not, they make superglue for a reason.
The only thing I dislike is the weight. Compared to other areo bars, this one is heavy. You get what you pay for and carbon fiber is double price. Otherwise this does its job.
Also, if you have a computer, I put it on the top in the center of the aero bar where the 2 bars are connected. It looks awesome there and is at a perfect viewing angle, food for though.
Overall, very very impressed for the price. No issues with bar sliding around, however I did tighten it more than specified in the manual. As far as the arm rests, I used superglue on top of the included adhesive. No problems!
Build quality seems adequate - better than those $30 aerobars you can buy. The only thing you can adjust is the distance between the elbow cups - there are three different widths, and the rotation of the cups. At this price I expected more. Note there is a 50mm gap between the bars. If you want to add a transverse computer mount you cannot use the 60mm length.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice fit for my wider shoulders. Easy to install on my bike.Published 2 months ago by Todd M. Tanner
I love it. mounts easily and firmly to 31.8 mm bars that have limited space between the gooseneck and bar tape. arm pads are firm and high quality. very light yet very sturdy.Published 3 months ago by Clay Winters
Design change not reflected in the picture provided. New design pinches handle bar tape. I was unable to return because I waited beyond the 30 day return period to try to... Read morePublished 6 months ago by RLight
I read all the reviews and these Tri-bars are not what I expected. They are very short, there is no ability to move the pads forward or up only laterally. Did I say short! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Brian O.
Thought these would work on my Trek FX 7.3. Bars went on okay, but could not get the armrest pads adjusted properly because not enough clearance between support mount and my... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Anita D
Great design and easy conversion to get the aero position out of a road bike.Published 11 months ago by Gonzo
Great Aero bars! Very reasonable price. Mounting takes patience but solid as a rock.Published 15 months ago by David G Lappin
Installed these on my Cannondale CX3 Hybrid flat bars. Works great when touring on the road. I can still pull away from other road bikes.Published 16 months ago by Eric S